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 US Imperialism and Pakistans role in the war on terror
 Azra Sayeed
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General Musharaf took power in a coup d'état on October 12, 1999, declared Martial law and imposed strict security measures on November 3rd 2007, 2 months before a scheduled election in Pakistan.
This interview was produced and conducted by Mostafa Henaway for the Tuesday Morning After on CKUT 90.3FM
This interview with Azra Sayeed, a grassroots activist who has fought for years for the economic rights of peasants, and women'™s rights in Pakistan. Azra is a spokesperson for Roots for Equity, a peasant based organization that struggles for food sovereignty, and against corporate globalization. In this interview we discuss the root causes behind the imposing of emergency rule, the economic and political support of the US, which has led to growing discontent in Pakistan and the need to support political prisoners in Pakistan.

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00:17:00 English 2007-12-10
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